Mr Admir Jugo
Gender of Justice: The Prosecution Of Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict, an ERC funded project with Dr K. Campbell as the PI
Bosnian Bones, Spanish Ghosts: "Transitional Justice" and Legal Shaping of Memory After Two Memory after Two Modern Conflicts, an ERC funded project with Dr S. Wastell as PI
- Anthropology of science
- Conflict resolution, political and legal anthropology
- Forensic Anthropology
- Forensic Archaeology
- Science and Technology Studies
- Social Networks
Chapter in book
- Jugo, A. & Wagner, S. E. (2017). Memory Politics and Forensic Practices: Exhuming Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Missing Persons. In Mapping the 'Forensic Turn': Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond. Dziuban, Z. Vienna: New Academic Press.
- Jugo, Admir & Wastell, Sari (2015). Disassembling the pieces, reassembling the social: the forensic and political lives of secondary mass graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Human remains and identification: Mass violence, genocide, and the ‘forensic turn’. Anstett, Élisabeth & Dreyfus, Jean-Marc Manchester: Manchester University Press. 142-174.
- Jugo, Admir & Škulj, Senem (2015). Ghosts of the past: The competing agendas of forensic work in identifying the missing across Bosnia and Herzegovina. Human Remains and Violence: An Interdisciplinary Journal 1(1): 39-56.
- 2016: Open Society Foundation's Civil Society Scholar Award
- 2015: Durham Doctoral Studentship